What Lingerie Lovers Read

jane fonda lingerie vogueOr at least what I’ve been reading. *wink*

In Padding Your Bra With Emotions, Deanna discusses a new bra prototype that, despite using smart technology, is really dumb (as well as insulting and mean).

Gracie breaks-down the beauty of Sexy, Teasing, Pleasing, Babydoll Nighties.

We’ve discussed accurate corset history before, dispelling the myths about the maligned foundation garment; now Sarah A. Chrisman has written a memoir about how Victorian lingerie changed her life. The book is entitled Victorian Secrets: What a Corset Taught Me about the Past, the Present, and Myself and there’s an interview with the author here.

For those of you who admit to reading the racy stuff, have you heard about the latest censorship involving erotica? Apparently some fantasies about fictional characters are far too threatening — especially for women. In The Truth About “Monster Porn” (NWS), all is explained.

Image Credits: Jane Fonda photographed by Karen Radkai for Vogue, September 15, 1959; via.

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